EME NEWS (NOV 1, 2011)
SPLIT, ISTANBUL, AMSTERDAM
WILL SOMEBODY CATCH MAKAU?
KIPSANG AND LONDON, GOOD QUESTION
NO FOR ANOTHER INDOOR MEET IN 2012: GENT
CHICHEROVA AND BORZAKOVSKIY
SANCHEZ INJURED, BUT STILL PLANS TO CONTINUE
BRUSSELS (BEL): European 3000 m and 5000 m record holder Mohammed Mourhit is thinking about a comeback into the sport. Mourhit, a Morrocan born athlete competing for Belgium, was highly accomplished at the end of the nineties but left the sport after a positive doping result at the World half marathon championships in Brussels in 2002. The now 41-year old Mourhit is aiming for the London Olympic Games according to Belgian Media. He should run a cross country competition later in November.
INDIANAPOLIS (USA): USA Track & Field announced Tuesday the selection of all-time track and field greats Gail Devers, Maurice Greene, Vince Matthews, and Clarence Demar, along with standout coach Bob Timmons, into the National Track & Field Hall of Fame. The five will be inducted into the National Track & Field Hall of Fame, along with 2010 Hall selection Craig Virgin, on Saturday evening, December 3, at the Jesse Owens Hall of Fame Banquet, which will be held in conjunction with 2011 USATF Annual Meeting in St. Louis.